February 21, 2018 Subject:
Summer of '65
15439 Steel - Detroit, was their address. Home still standing as of early 2018, as is most neighbors' homes. They own a 57 Chevrolet Bel Air 4-door sedan, and the neighbor has an early Plymouth Barracuda. Nice drive down the Lodge freeway into downtown Detroit, and back up again. Lots of fun footage of a spunky and smart Pomeranian, obviously the center of the family. Not bad camera work, no zooming in & out, no constant panning. Thank you for that! Nice, but sometimes brief featuring of landmarks like the Wonder Bread bakery, the AT&T "Yellow Pages" building on the Lodge, The Fisher Building, the Skyline, The Veterans Memorial Bldg, Cobo Hall, Cobo's spiral parking lot ramp, the old General Tire billboard. The Ford Motor Billboard located strategically close to the General Motors HQ. (Auto rivals sticking it to each other.) Great movie with lots of interest to Detroit fans (and Pomeranian fans)
October 26, 2017 Subject:
Stephen King fans will recognize the 1957 Plymouth, "Christine," at the 1:40 mark. There was a movie by the same name.
March 22, 2012 Subject:
Silent home movies of a Detroit family and neighbors enjoying their life back in the early 1960's.
I liked watching the little dog. Obviously he was very much loved.